Hewlett, New York - Small businesses can move faster, bigger and better with assistance from experienced professionals.
Online PR News – 27-May-2011 – – Hewlett, New York - Small businesses can move faster, bigger and better with assistance from experienced professionals. Start-up enterprises and growing businesses that want accelerate growth and beat the competition, seeking professional advice is the catalyst. Professionals can add new knowledge, expertise and perspective. Businesses face more complex and varied challenges today and it's typically uneconomical to maintain a full-time staff to provide answers to one-time questions. Sometimes, managers want a second opinion or a sounding board.
Small Business Advisors' new Ask the Advisor Service delivers custom, professional small business expert advice. Entrepreneurs pose their questions via email and receive original, thoughtful and insightful answers, typically within 24 hours.
"We designed Ask the Advisor based on decades of hands on experience with entrepreneurs and small business owners. Over time we found that businesspeople needed answers, custom information that fit their organization. Ideas that work," says Joseph Gelb, founder and CEO of Small Business Advisors and creator of Ask the Advisor. "To provide all-around insight and value, we assembled a team of well-rounded professionals that have extensive experience in small business from the inside out."
The Small Business Advice’s Ask the Advisor Service is a center point for ideas, information and how-to processes, directly from senior business executives. Ask the Advisor Service has already helped over 100 businesses to scale new heights in the business and earn huge profits in less time.
You can activate the Ask the Advisor at SmallBusinessAdvice.com . Submit your specific questions and the Small Business Advisors team of small business experts rolls up their sleeves and brainstorms your question. The team includes CEOs, CFOs, investors, lenders, turnaround specialists, MBAs, CPAs, banking professionals, legal professionals, marketing and e-Commerce experts and more.
Professional advice has included financing, capital raising, managing cash flow, marketing and sales, branding and merchandising, legal rules and regulations, taxation, operations, business planning and development, taxation and accounting, banking and borrowing, e-Commerce and more.
Typically, clients pose two or three questions, but some businesses subscribe to a package to benefit from Ask the Advisor throughout the year. On occasion, to fill a gap, the Advisor becomes a temporary member of the management team, especially in a turnaround.
Ask the Advisor Service is unique in that it is completely personalized coaching and advice. No two answers are exactly the same because people, businesses, challenges and organizations are different. Hence the great value Ask the Advisor delivers. Ask the Advisor's main goal is helping businesses improve profitability and increase their valuation.
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Get Free Business Advice on how to increase the growth of their small business entity and make it growing over a period of time. The interested readers can also sign up for free ezine of info at: www.smallbusinessadvice.com . Their services include:
• Ask the Advisor Service
• Incorporate Your Business Service
• Accounting, Book Keeping and Financial Services
• Business plan writing, small business plan writing and business plan review service.
For more information, contact The Small Business Advisor™, C/O Joseph Gelb, 11 Franklin Avenue, Hewlett, New York 11557 USA; call: 516-374-1387 or visit them online at: http://www.smallbusinessadvice.com/advisor.htm or http://www.facebook.com/smallbusinessadvisor anytime.